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Oct 29, 2012 1:00pm EDT
romney is now polling better, particularly in better shape than john mccain was. there has been no engagement so there's -- there has been a better opportunity for him there, andrea. i think that's what you're seeing here a little bit and i think the obama campaign realizes they have to respond. >> and what about the des moines register editorial, we say editorials don't make a lot of difference but iowa is where barack obama got his first lift by beating the field in those caucuses back in '08. it's got to sting some. >> absolutely. it's a symbolic sting. there was that bizarre kerfuffle between the president, the white house, the campaign and the editorial board. how much did that contribute to this? i think iowa is more important to romney's math than even ohio. that's why they're trying to grab on to this to show that it's evidence of momentum. >> chuck todd, thanks so much from the white house today. and joining me to discuss the final week of campaigning, less than a week and the political impacts of sandy from the democrats' perspective is stephanie cutter. thanks for joinin
Nov 2, 2012 1:00pm EDT
democrats left behind. and the same thing with republicans. they're more john boehner types than tea party types leaving congress. i think you are going to find a much more ideologically split and the only offsetting factor i can think of is, i think the pressure after this election will be so great on dealing with fiscal cliff, dealing with the debt, the pressure from the business community will be overwhelming you knuckle heads get your acts together that maybe that will offset an even more deeply divided house of representatives and senate for that matter. >> although, one could argue that, you know, there was that vote, that first t.a.r.p. vote against all of the conventional wisdom of the time about the importance of the t.a.r.p. vote, and if you have fewer people who are rooted in traditional politics or traditional economics, you may not have people joining this congress -- >> that's exactly right. >> willing to make deals. >> it could be -- it could require something in the markets like immediately after the t.a.r.p. vote and the 780 something point drop in the dow to focus m
Nov 1, 2012 10:00am PDT
korea. now, what does that -- >> it's a machete, john. two types of folks here in no juice town. people with machetes and dead people without machetes. >> ojohn what are things like u there. >> i was describe, it's a total health game up here. for starters, i don't want to cause a panic, sarin dipty has run out of mocha sprinkles. >> good day. i'm andrea mitchell live in washington. joining me on the phone, new york congressman peter king, whose long island district includes long beach, jones beach, especially hard hit. thank you for taking time. i know you've been touring the district. what are the most critical needs and where? >> southern part of the district, south massapequa, lindenhurst, devastated. there are shells of homes. in tragedies are alike. people's furn titure in street, life long momentums destroyed. fortunately not a great loss of life. three or maybe four have been killed. there was a very good all levels of government, state, county, towns and villages, so there's a lot of cooperation. the main thing right now, i would say, is to get people's power back on. there's 1
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